Fernando Alonso delivered Ferrari's long-awaited first win of the 2011 season on Sunday when he made the most of unpredictable and challenging wet-dry conditions to triumph at the British Grand Prix.
The 29-year-old Spaniard, winner of the British race for Renault in 2006, secured Ferrari's first win since last year's Korean Grand Prix with a controlled drive - and some luck - to exploit the controversial revised technical regulations.
It was his 27th career victory, drawing him alongside three-times champion Briton Jackie Stewart in the record books, and came on an afternoon of high drama that saw defending champion and runaway leader Sebastian Vettel's race undone by a slow pit-stop.
Vettel came home second for Red Bull ahead of his team-mate Australian Mark Webber - with Red Bull using team orders to stop Webber passing on the final lap.
Massa and Hamilton were involved in a compelling battle for the fourth spot. Hamilton had to bang wheels with the Ferrari of Brazilian Felipe Massa at the final corner to keep his position after his McLaren team had warned him he did not have enough fuel to race at full speed in the closing laps.
Prince Harry was present at the Silverstone circuit where he met several drivers including Lewis Hamilton.
Prince Harry shares a conversation with Red Bull's Mark Webber, who had started the race in pole position.
The race started rather poorly for Mark Webber as he saw his teammate and Championship leader Sebastian Vettel overtake him at the very start.
The two led the way in the first half of the race and another great result seemed to be on the cards for Red Bull.
Sebastian Vettel looked to have got away from the rest of the pack but rain interruptions and pit troubles fell in his path.
The win also takes Alonso up to third in the standings, just 12 points behind Red Bull's Mark Webber who is 80 points behind Sebastian Vettel.
|3||Daniel RicciardoRed Bull||Australian||212|
|5||Max VerstappenToro Rosso||Dutch||165|
|8||Sergio PerezForce India||Mexican||80|
|9||Nico HulkenbergForce India||German||54|
|2||Red Bull||Daniel Ricciardo|
|4||Force India||Sergio Perez|
|7||Toro Rosso||Max Verstappen|